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Scientists make tiny 3D glasses for insects to understand how they see the world
Scientists fitted praying mantises with tiny 3D glasses to understanding how they see the world, and discovered the insects have a “completely new form” of vision unlike that of any other known creature. Researchers used beeswax to glue the miniature eyewear to the faces of mantises and study how their vision compares to human sight.
Cuttlefish given 3D glasses to determine how they judge distance
Scientists have conducted an experiment where they put 3D glasses on cuttlefish to show they use stereoptic vision for depth perception
Scientists Put Tiny 3D Glasses on Cuttlefish to Find Out How They See
Adorable cephalopods have been made even more adorable with tiny 3D glasses. But scientists weren't trying to get the cuttlefish to enjoy Jaws 3-D; rather, the stereoscopic red-and-blue eyewear is designed to help us understand how the animals' 3D vi
Why this praying mantis is wearing tiny 3D glasses
Scientists created a little 3D movie theater to find out how mantises see depth
How 3D glasses could make televisions obsolete
Technologies like Microsoft HoloLens could transform how we watch movies, TV shows, and sports.
3D prescription glasses on the way from Samsung
Put off by 3D TV as you already have a pair of prescription glasses on the end of your nose, let alone 3D ones? Then Samsung may be able to win you over to the third dimension of TV viewing,...
Scientists put 3D glasses on cuttlefish and showed them film clips. The results were surprising
Cuttlefish have the ability to watch 3D movies and react to them much like they would if they saw the real thing out in the ocean.
NASA engineers explain what it's like to drive a nuclear-powered Mars rover from home during the...
Pilots of the Mars rover are having to wear red-blue 3D glasses to drive Curiosity while working from home.
PHOTO: 22 Storytelling Tips From Pixar
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Top 10 Amazing Stereo Images
When you view 3d images in a viewer or with 3D glasses the optics of the viewer (or glasses) allow the left eye to see only the image intended for the left
Enterprise AR platform Vuforia gets support for HoloLens and Windows 10
PTC announced today that it is releasing a new version of its augmented reality platform, Vuforia, with support for Microsoft's HoloLens holographic 3D glasses and Windows 10.
Jurassic Park 3D Trailer: My, What Big Teeth That T-Rex Has
Talk of a Jurassic Park 4 remains in the air, but while that still gets settled, we'll all get the chance to revisit the timeless original in theaters. Sure, it requires those cumbersome 3D glasses, but no matter how ineffective this latest 3D conversion is, the chance to feel those T-Rex footsteps inside a theater ought to be worth the ticket
Casa Video Top 10
These days, isn't every weekend a Netflix binge weekend? It's cold outside, take-out is delicious and, well, that's reason enough for me. : But as tempting as it is to rediscover whatever old show is streaming this month (I may have rewatched all of House, M.D. because the guy who wrote the Hamilton musical is in, like, three episodes), maybe that's not the best way to waste your weekend in front of the television. : This week, the list of Casa Video's most…
Secrets of the Universe 3D
Secrets of the Universe 3D NOW PLAYING Secrets of the Universe 3D NOW PLAYING Secrets of the Universe 3D NOW PLAYING Secrets of the Universe 3D NOW PLAYING Secrets of the Universe 3D NOW PLAYING Secrets of the Universe 3D NOW PLAYING Image This movie will be shown in 3D. For the safety of our guests, all 3D glasses are cleaned and sanitized before every use NOW PLAYING - Discover the start of the universe in this exciting movie, Secrets of the Universe…
Advance Steel: 9 (awesome) things you don’t know about how to use it
Do you think you’re an expert user of Autodesk Advance Steel that knows all the tips and tricks? Well I think I might have a surprise or two in store for you! Here are 9 (awesome) things you might not know 1. It takes almost no time at all to create a folded element from a simple polyline in Advance Steel It is possible to start from a polyline and quickly create the folded object with the folded beam command. Once created, it…
Top Ten Tips For Visiting The Magic Kingdom With Children
If the Magic Kingdom is the happiest place on earth, then why are children crying in the park? The simple answer is that their parents were not prepared to help make it a magical experience As with any vacation trip, some pre-planning including looking at the map of the park and talking with children beforehand about their expectations will save a lot of time and anguish on a hot Florida afternoon. In addition, here are the top ten tips that have been most…
Theme Park Tech: How Might Theme Parks Use Emerging Consumer Holographic Technology?
January 22, 2015, 4:20 PM · You know you're a Theme Park Insider when you see a new piece of technology and your first thought is "how could this be used in a theme park?" And so it is with Microsoft HoloLens , the holographic glasses that Microsoft introduced this week with its announcement of Windows 10. Let's take a look at what Microsoft says that HoloLens will be able to do Sure, the video shows some gimmicky features that no one will…
3D Streets of Rage 2 Makes Its Way Into the SEGA 3D Classics! Interview Part 1
About Streets of Rage 2 We are kicking off the bonus titles to Batch 2 SEGA’s 3D Classics with world renowned Streets of Rage 2, and back once again is the dangerous duo of Yosuke Okunari, producer at SEGA Games, and Naoki Horii, president at M2 3D Streets of Rage 2 releases July 23 across North American and Europe! As you may know, Streets of Rage 2 was a side-scrolling beat’em up action game originally released in 1993 on the SEGA Mega Drive…